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The Medicus Firm has 3 physician jobs in CRNA

$250,000 CRNA | Atlanta Suburbs
Ref# CRNA 23276

CRNA Opportunity Near Atlanta, Georgia$250K Base Salary About the PositionJoin a tenured and collegial team of 2 Anesthesiologists and 3 CRNA’s. $250K Base Salary + $25K Sign on BonusRe » Read More


Illinois CRNA - $260,000+
Ref# CRNA 22943

Job Title: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthesiologist (CRNA)Location: Southern IllinoisPosition HighlightsCompetitive Compensation $260,000 or $300,000Flexible shifts, 30 -35 hours per » Read More


Montana CRNA $230,000+
Ref# CRNA 22788

Job Title: Certified Registered Nurse AnesthetistLocation: Northern MontanaJob Type: Full-Time/Permanent/EmployedOverview:A growing practice in Montana is seeking a CRNA to join our col » Read More

Great Falls, Montana


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Salary + Job Growth
The current average salary for someone working as a CRNA is around $118,000, or about $56 per hour. However, this can vary greatly depending on your level of expertise, number of years in practice, and your location. The highest-paying locations for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (in ascending order) are as follows: Utah, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and North Dakota. The salaries in these states range from $163,755, in Utah, to $201,154, in North Dakota. The overall employment of Nurse Anesthetists, Nurse Midwives, and Nurse Practitioners is projected to grow by 45% by the year 2030.

The benefits of working as a CRNA include seeing a wide variety of patients, being able to make decisions on your own, receiving above-average compensation, and being in a well-respected position.

As a CRNA, you should possess the following skills: quick, critical thinking, problem-solving skills, professionalism, and communication skills.

Job Duties
Some of the job duties you can expect to perform as a CRNA include (but are not limited to) preparing operating rooms, managing your patient’s airway and respiratory status, developing and executing an effective anesthetic plan, managing recovery from anesthesia, and maintaining anesthesia during an operation.

Work Environment
CRNAs typically work in hospitals, but they may also work in a physician’s office, an outpatient care center, or a university.

Although the process of becoming a physician is extensive, some physicians choose to participate in CME, also known as continuing medical education. You will find that there are specialty-specific organizations as well as general organizations that are dedicated to providing physicians with CME resources. These resources may include podcasts, live or virtual conferences, videos, webinars, or live or virtual courses. These organizations include AudioDigest, APEX Anesthesia,  the National Board for Certification and Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists (NBCRNA), and the American Medical Association (AMA).

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